Scholarships transforming girls golf at WAGC

The Australian Golf Foundation’s Junior Girls Scholarships have been a catalyst for significant change at The Western Australian Golf Club. WAGC has a long history of supporting its junior golfers, but the funding support from the Australian Golf Foundation has...

WA Amateur Championships to incorporate state Mid-Am

This year’s Amateur Championships of WA will also incorporate the state Mid-Amateur for golfers aged 30 and above. The Mid-Amateur titles will go to the top-finishing eligible players at the conclusion of the WA Amateur’s 36-hole stroke play qualifying...

Ten WA courses in latest Golf Australia Magazine top 100

The latest version of Golf Australia Magazine’s top 100 courses list includes 10 WA clubs – although none make the top 20. The highest-ranked WA track is Lake Karrinyup Country Club in 21st position, described by the judging panel as an “interesting,...

Bowra & O’Dea Women’s Classic open for entry

Entry is now open for one of the most prestigious events on the WA women’s golfing calendar – the Bowra & O’Dea Women’s Classic.  Taking place at The Western Australian Golf Club from August 28-30, the Women’s Classic comprises three...

Thrilling day decides Division 2-3 Women’s Pennants titles

The Vines and Nedlands rode their luck to edge out steely competitors and land the respective GolfWA Women’s Pennants Division 2 and 3 titles. The finals saw The Vines take on Wanneroo for the Division 2 crown, while Nedlands played WAGC for Division 3 honours....